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We are Attleborough's longest established Estate Agent opened by the late David Millbank in 1979 and for the last 20 years the company has been owned and run by Tony Beales.
The firm relocated into new refurbished double fronted 2 storey offices in late 2012 which has allowed the business to grow and further expand.
The Norfolk property market is one that is growing fast especially along the A11 corridor to Norwich following the recent opening of the last completed section of A11 dual carriageway between Thetford & Barton Mills. With demand sometimes outstripping supply for specific types of homes, the marketing of a property for sale has to be carried out with professionalism, style and presentation in order to attract the right buyers.
At Millbank Estate Agents we pride ourselves on getting to know each property, which enables us to match your home with the buyer best suited to your situation, our local know-how and unrivalled experience ensures that no stone is left unturned in matching up the right buyers with the right properties, our ultimate priority is to achieve the best price for you, with a swift and smooth exchange and hassle free completion.
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You will work with professional, trained partners and staff to achieve the best possible result, handling all stages of the transaction efficiently, promptly and courteously.
We help you avoid potential issues by employing trained staff, carrying out detailed credit checks on prospective tenants, operating regulated client accounts and offering the peace of mind of full professional indemnity insurance.
Our fully trained commercial and residential experts provide comprehensive valuations and market appraisals.
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